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review The French Lesson 109 Õ [EPUB] ✶ The French Lesson ✻ Hallie Rubenhold – Citybreakscheap.co.uk The second book in a trilogy about Henrietta Lightfoot THE FRENCH LESSON focuses on the influential women of the French Revolution Henrietta goes to Paris to once again find her beloved Allenham but s The second book in a trilogy about HenrieT she is drawn in by a Scottish courtesan who is the former mistress of the most powerful man in Paris Soon Henrietta finds herself in a world of spies who bring deception psychological terror and a shocking double cross in this dark follow up to Mistress of My Fat.

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The French Lesson[EPUB] The French Lesson Hallie Rubenhold Citybreakscheap.co.uk The second book in a trilogy about Henrietta Lightfoot THE FRENCH LESSON focuses on the influential women of the French Revolution Henrietta goes to Paris to once again find her.

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  • Susan

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonThis novel follows “The Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot” and re counts our heroines time in Paris during the revolution Like the first novel it takes the form of a written account – this time to the Right Honourable Marguerite Countess of Blessington who suggests she writes down how she first met Grace Dalrymple Elliot in return for an annuity Henrietta puts ink to paper in 1837 looking back on her y


  • Mieneke

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonHallie Rubenhold’s The French Lesson is book two in The Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot I’d intended to start here but there seemed to be a conspiracy by the universe to make me read book one too I really loved Mistress of My Fate and was happy t


  • Ramona

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonIt took me forever to read this book mostly because there were other better books distracting me from itbut also because it just wasn't for me I thought I would really enjoy this book the premise was SO good but it did not live up to my expectations at all even though the history and the period it's set in is really excitingFirst of all I sort of liked the heroine of this book She was nice if a bit bland My problem with her was that nothing really happened in her world and there was almost no character development I could not relate to her as a character which made it hard for me to read this book All the other characters in this book were just as nice and boring And there my friends lies the crux This book was boring The characters were bland the story was far fetched not that a lot actually happened and the writing was mostl


  • Marguerite Kaye

    review The French Lesson 109 The French Lesson35 Stars I didn't realise this was the second in a trilogy but it doesn't matter I don't think not having read the first Henrietta is a mistress in search of her lover who ends up embroiled in the Terror aftermath of the French Revolution Befriended first by another famous courtesan Grace Dalrymple she ends up as one of the mistresses of the Duc of Orleans and befriended by his lover another courtesan known as La Buffon and in the middle of a whole load of intrigue and spying With the exception of Henrietta almost every character is real and this is what I liked most about the book because


  • Laura

    review The French Lesson 109 The French Lessonhad its moments of erudite fun but the ending was meh


  • Robin Henry

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonI would have given this 25 stars but alas to my continuing regret and sometime annoyance only whole stars are allowed This novel popped up when I was doing an search for Hallie Rubenhold because I thoroughly enjoyed her historical account of the Scandalous Lady W If you are looking for a fun summer read to keep you company in your beach chair or on your couch or if you have finished streaming Season 2 of The Crown on Netflix and need something else to fill your time with The French Lesson is a pretty good choice; you could definitely do worseSet during the French Revolution we follow our heroine Henrietta Lightfoot as she follows her lover to Paris in 1792 against his wishes and advice Henrietta I must say is a little bit irritating in her willful obtuseness I would not go so far as to say that she is an unreliable narrator but she is awfully naive for a courtesan or at least she pretends to be I wasn’t sure the whole way thr


  • Avid Reader

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonGreat cover Intriguing premise I thought I'd love this one but somehow it never grabbed me The narrator hasn't enough character and despite the setting I never really cared abou


  • Natalie Bleau

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonI found Hallie Rubenfold through my research of Jack the Ripper I read an article she had written and instantly purchased her books Thus book was very well written and as inam an avid Reader it definitely kept my interest A good action page turner


  • Trish

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonThis Book is uick and clever z Looking forward to the next


  • Lynn Hutchinson

    review The French Lesson 109 The French LessonDefinitely a holiday read nothing to it at all